Email Globe Phone

Westminster is a neighbourhood in southeast London. The housing in the neighbourhood is mainly single detached homes, built in the late 1960s and 1970s, some duplexes and many townhouse complexes.  The neighbourhood is located within walking distance of White Oaks Mall, which is a major shopping centre with many transit connections.

 

The largest park in the neighbourhood is Westminster Optimist Park, which has an outdoor pool, play structure, tennis court, basketball court, and soccer field.  Neighbourhood Resource Association of Westminster Park (NRAWP) is located in Westminster Optimist Park and brings programs and services to the neighbourhood for all residents.   There are many additional parks in Westminster, including Nicholas Wilson Park, Heritage Park, St. Stephen’s Park, Past Presidents Park, Ebury Park, and Stanhope Park. The Westminster Ponds Environmentally Significant Area is located in the southern portion of the neighbourhood.  There are three large ponds in the ESA, with many scenic trails that have great views of the natural beauty of the area.  

There are five schools in Westminster, Wilton Grove, Arthur Stringer, Nicholas Wilson, and St. Francis elementary schools, as well as Sir Wilfrid Laurier Secondary School.  The Family Centre Westminister is located in the St. Francis Catholic school, where families can access the many services available to them. High School students in the area also attend Regina Mundi Catholic College.

 

If we have missed anything about this neighbourhood, or you would like to suggest a change, please let us know by emailing neighbourgood@london.ca.

 

Westminster Working Group

The Westminster Working Group is a group of residents living in the Westminster Neighbourhood in London Ontario who is dedicated to helping children, youth and families live a healthier life.

Westminster

Featured Programs

Your better, stronger London means more block parties, better playgrounds, safer streets and so much more. Get started by choosing a program to run in your neighbourhood.

Meeting your neighbours doesn't have to be awkward or stressful. These programs make it easy to form connections that strengthen your neighbourhood and make life better for everyone.